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Publishing House: Korean Society for Journalism and Communication Studies

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1 [GO] Korean Journal of Journalism & Communication Studies 2022―Sep―26 COVID-19 Pandemic and Urban Digitalization Experiences of Seniors Hyejin Shin, Miran Pyun, Yunjin Pi, So-hee Yoon, Lu Fang, Yong-Chan Kim
2 [GO] Korean Journal of Journalism & Communication Studies 2022―Jul―05 The Effects of Responsibility Frames for Domestic and Foreign Countries in COVID-19 News on Support for Punitive Policies toward Foreigners : The Mediating Role of Collective Narcissism In-jae Lim, Minsun Shim, Chul-joo Lee
3 [GO] Communication Theories 2022―Jun―23 Digital Technology, and the Reshaping of ‘Code of Conducts’ : Some Considerations on ‘Human-Technology-Media Associated Milieu’ and Governance System in the Age of Pandemic Jin-Woo PARK
4 [GO] Korean Journal of Journalism & Communication Studies 2022―Mar―03 COVID-19 media reports and vaccination intentions : Mediating effects of infection susceptibility and susceptibility to adverse effects of vaccination Juna Hong, Soontae An
5 [GO] Korean Journal of Journalism & Communication Studies 2022―Jan―07 Analysis of “social distancing” news during the second COVID-19 wave : Focusing on featured news selected by the newsrooms using deep learning Gyuho Lee, Joonhwan Lee
6 [GO] Korean Journal of Journalism & Communication Studies 2021―Nov―05 Estimating the Relationships among COVID-19 Pandemic Information Channel Use, Risk Perception, and Behavioral Response : A Comparison of Personal and Collective Perceptions Wan Soo Lee, Myungil Choi, Jae Woong Yoo
7 [GO] Communication Theories 2021―Sep―27 Conceptual and theoretical review of the COVID-19 “Infodemic” phenomenon : Integrated application of communication theory and behavioral economics theory Wan Soo Lee
8 [GO] Korean Journal of Journalism & Communication Studies 2021―Sep―03 How Public’s Age and Political Orientation Affect COVID-19 Risk Perceptions, Risk Information Seeking and Processing, and Evaluation of Government"s Response to COVID-19 Young-Lee Cho, Soo-Yeon Kim
9 [GO] Korean Journal of Journalism & Communication Studies 2021―Sep―03 The Effects of COVID-19 News Frames on Support for Punishment Policy in Individuals : The Mediating Effects of Responsibility Perception and Anger Jonghyeok Choi, Jiyeon So
10 [GO] Korean Journal of Journalism & Communication Studies 2021―Jul―06 Using Supervised Machine Learning to Uncover Framing Features in Twitter News : An Automated Frame Analysis of COVID-19 Coverage Ju Yeon Lee, Shin Haeng Lee
11 [GO] Korean Journal of Journalism & Communication Studies 2021―May―07 Examining the role of social isolation and parasocial interaction among university students in the context of COVID-19 : Focusing on the sense of departmental belonging and intention to continue education Hye-Sun Lee, ZHOU NAN, Jaehee Cho
12 [GO] Korean Journal of Journalism & Communication Studies 2021―May―07 Media Self-Portraits during a Pandemic Outbreak of Infectious Diseases and Hate : The Impact of ‘Hate-Promoting Expression’ in COVID-19-related News Coverage on Users Siyoung Pyo, Jiyeong Jeong
13 [GO] Korean Journal of Journalism & Communication Studies 2021―Mar―08 A Big-Data Analysis of Media Coverage on COVID-19 : Topic Modeling and Semantic Network Analyses by Issue Cycle and Political Orientation Seungkyung Ham, Hyejung Kim, Yungwook Kim
14 [GO] Korean Journal of Journalism & Communication Studies 2020―Nov―05 Impersonal Influences Hypothesis on the Novel Coronavirus(COVID-19) Economic Crisis: Perceptual Compartmentalization of Economic Levels and Evaluation Time Frames Wan Soo Lee, Myungil Choi, Jae Woong Yoo
15 [GO] Asian Communication Research 2020―Oct―08 Taylor, S. (2019). The psychology of pandemics: Preparing for the next global outbreak of infectious disease. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Jounghwa Choi
16 [GO] Asian Communication Research 2020―Jun―12 Shared Vulnerability as Transformative Energy in the Age of Covid-19 : What can and should communication researchers do? Sung-Yeon Park, Gi Woong Yun
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